Author: Carolyn Hax

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Reader should tell wife there are more productive — and honorable — ways to handle her hurt feelings, writes Carolyn Hax. [Read More]
There's nothing "wonderfully sensible" about her childish behavior. [Read More]
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Question: My wife is a wonderfully sensible person and appropriately sensitive. She is the oldest of three sisters and often feels left out. The age... [Read More]
My wife is a wonderfully sensible person and appropriately sensitive. [Read More]
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Advice Columnist Carolyn Hax takes your questions and tackles your problems. [Read More]
A reader writes: "My 17-year-old grandson bought his 17-year-old girlfriend of barely two months lingerie from Victoria's Secret. I think this is very inappropriate. He... [Read More]
Dear Carolyn: My wife is a wonderfully sensible person and appropriately sensitive. She is the oldest of three sisters and often feels left out. The... [Read More]
Carolyn Hax advises a grandmother how to talk to her teenage grandson about why she thinks it's inappropriate for him to give lingerie to his... [Read More]
Adapted from a recent online discussion. [Read More]
DEAR CAROLYN: I'm a college sophomore and I am close with a group of girls from my freshman dormitory. One of them, "Allison," relies on... [Read More]
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A reader's wife is upset that her sisters left her out of a big announcement. [Read More]
Carolyn Hax thinks parents should talk to their 29-year-old daughter about getting her own place and not put the responsibility on other child. [Read More]
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A small, loving family is better than a large, heartless one. [Read More]
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Question: My sister, "Sarah," is turning 30 soon. Except during college, she has lived with my parents rent-free her entire life. I have always taken... [Read More]
My sister, "Sarah," is turning 30 soon. Except during college, she has lived with my parents rent-free her entire life. I have always taken the... [Read More]
Dear Carolyn: My sister, "Sarah," is turning 30 soon. Except during college, she has lived with my parents rent-free her entire life. I have always... [Read More]
Carolyn Hax responds to a mom whose daughter is growing up. [Read More]
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Adapted from a recent online discussion. [Read More]
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Maybe more important than talking is listening. [Read More]
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Your first instinct is right: Let your parents talk to your 30-year-old sister about moving out. [Read More]
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